Ballet Hispanico Comes to New Orleans

By on December 7, 2012

Enlarge image Eduardo Vilaro performs at the Mahalia Jackson Theater on Saturday night. <!– end jp-progress –><!– end jp-controls –>Listen<!– playpause –><!– jp-time-holder –> Eduardo Vilaro, artistic director of the sensational Ballet Hispanico, was in the eighth grade in St. Margaret Mary’s School in New York when he first heard the word “choreographer.” Since those humble beginnings, it’s been a long and productive journey for Eduardo and New Orleanians will have an opportunity to see the fruits of his labor this coming weekend. It’s time to put on your dancing shoes for this week’s Notes from New Orleans.<!–break–>To read a related article written by Sharon Litwin, visit Nolavie.com.


Ballet Hispanico Comes to New Orleans

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